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. the damage felt at the seaside communities and jersey shore and coastal areas in and around new york city. after two days of suspended animation, wall street was up and operating on generator power, but the rest of lower manhattan remains dark, and the city subways and commuter rails which bring millions to work etch day have just barely begun to return to service. with some tunnels still full of seawater the damage will not be repaired overnight. two days after sandy made landfall emergency officials report at least 63 dead, including as many as 30 in new york and eight in new jersey. 6 million homes and businesses in 17 states without power. including around 650,000 in new york city alone. and costs to the country's economy estimated between $10 billion and $20 billion and growing. we're going to talk about the political, economic and environment implications of hurricane sandy for the next two hours, including how this natural disaster has linked this year's prominent foes, president obama andries and chris christie. both told reporters that they were determined to repair and rebuild t
they can. in hoboken across the hudson river from new york city, families trapped by sandy even today, are being rescued by units of the national guard. in new york, tens of thousands of commuters lined up for buses as most subway tunnels remain flooded. federal officials have already brought in a million meals and other emergency supplies to the city and more will be needed. the totals across the country in sandy's wake, at least 93 dead including 38 in new york city and 12 in new jersey. some 4.5 million homes and businesses without power. an enormous number but one that is better than it had been. an estimated $50 billion in storm-related losses, a number that keeps rising. on the campaign trail, mitt romney encountered a heckler who voiced a widespread theory of what had made the storm so deadly. >> romney: thank you for the help you provided and for the help you're going to provide. [ applause ] >> what about the climate? that's what caused this monster storm. >> eliot: romney didn't have an answer. his s
in the popular vote. let's take a look at new york and particularly in nasa county right next to new york city. that's on long island. almost a million people there lost power. the long island power authority said it could take up to ten days to restore power in nasa county. voters there went for the president last time. it's a big county and now new york city, next it to new york city where about 2 million people lost power, manman has about 8% of the state's population and in the last election it went 86% for the president. these are all blue for a reason and they were all hit by hurricane sandy. let me go over to new jersey to essex county new jersey. thousands of people still without power. that county has 9.4% of the state's total pop lair and they went for the president by 76% in 2008. so if they can't vote because of the storm damage we could see a dip nationally on the democratic side in the popular vote. now if you go back to the south and the middle of the country where all of this red is there is an expectation in those red areas that there will be a big turn ou
, light and other necessities millions in the new york city are desperate for some relief. so a bit of good news. hundreds of thousands in manhattan could get power back by midnight tonight. yet around the region, many are waiting as long as four hours to buy gas. fortunately new york's subway commuter rails are coming back and officials say the gas shortage should ease by midweek. meanwhile, the annual new york marathon has been canceled. many said it would divert needed resources from the cleanup and it was insensitive to the millions still suffering from the effects of the storm. adding up the sandy's grim totals. at least 102 dead including 41 in new york alone. some 3.6 million homes and businesses still without power. and $50 billion in losses. and now for some good news for the economy. the president's re-election campaign. the economy beat a consensus of economists expectations added 184,000 new jobs last month and the private sector while it shed 13,000 public sector jobs, netting out a gain of 171,000 jobs. and revised employment reports forage and september added another
teaching hospitals in new york city found itself in crisis at the height of the storm. flooded with up to 12 feet of water. it lost power chewing it's back up generator. >> ambulances lined up through the night after nyu hospital here in manhattan was plunged into darkness with generators failing. hundreds of patients were evacuated to other facilities. 20 of them babies. >> doctors nurses, policemen firemen trying to get 200 people out of the hospital. >> julia, pregnant and in labor had to be carried down several flights of stairs. >> they took her off the bed got her onand proceeded to slide her really slowly down eight flights of stairs. >> no borough was spared. from this oil tanker to a beach community in queens. this is breezy point shortly after the the inferno started at 11:00 p.m. last night. blocks of homes engulfed in flames. firefighters hauled hoses through flooded streets. 200 firefighters from called into battle as wind-whipped flames jumped from house to house. >> flames 50 feet in the air taking everything out. there was no stopping it. >> it was very upsetting for al
the cleanup efforts. in new york city, they're living in third world conditions, raw sewage continues to flow into water ways. thousands still have no power and direct subway service is not expected to return into the middle of next year. >> we were up to five feet of water. it was not water but it was all cesspool so it was sewage water. >> how much can a body tank. >> blankets, two socks three sweaters and gloves. >> they have got garbage they're cleaning in other areas and putting it on the beach here, yet we have still have garbage here. >> it's the way life is. >> jennifer: thousands of volunteers have flocked to the rockaways to help with the cleanup efforts tonight coming from new york, dr. sabaya, welcome to the war room. >> i'm having difficulty hearing you. >> jennifer: i can hear you, just a little bit faint. >> a little bit faint. hopefully they can turn up your microphone because you have important things to say. >> yes. >> jennifer: you spent a year doing development work in rural afternoonafrica. how surprised were you by the conditions on the ground in new york city. >> i was
the new york city metropolitan area, sean hannity appeared on fox news that night and talked about bengahzi for an hour. he had no interest in the fact that fox's hometown of new york city had been decimated by the storm. >> jennifer: i thought they blamed the storm on the president, too, didn't they? >> yes exactly. everything is a chance to talk about benghazi, and certainly petraeus is another example. >> jennifer: let's just jump to the election because everybody has been talking about this today. leading up to the election, fox news has been pushing either romney was going to win and they were still debating the results. turns oh out the president wins the popular vote, not to mention the electoral landslide. he won the popular vote, and do you think that they realized that they're actually living in a fact-free bubble? they're crafting this tale and they actually buy into it? >> well, that's what has sparked this backlash. a lot of viewers, not just of fox news but rush limbaugh listeners, people who troll the right wing internet all the time, they were in this bubble. they w
.90 however, considering new york city has a minimum wage of $7.25, a lot of the workers are paid just that. unfortunately, some of them, even though working 30-40 hours a week still need to depend on government assistance just to make ends meet. let's look at a video explaining this situation. >> i've been working at mcdonald's for 10 months right now. >> i'm joshua williams. i've been working at wendy's for a year and two months now. >> i make $7.25 an injure after taxes and everything, i see no more than 220, the money i have goes toward my son and transportation and food throughout the week. >> that's my goal. >> harold miller, a huge player in the attempt to unionize fast food employees joins us on the show. >> cenk: as we get to harold. is there a better chance than what's gusting? union busting? harold, did you come up with that? >> no, i did not but that's creative, though. >> cenk: you should take credit for it, i like it. >> so, harold, with a strike, what are your objectives, what are you looking for? >> for the strike today, it was against unfair labor practices by these fast fo
to media matters senior fellow coming to us tonight from new york city. eric, welcome back inside the the war room. >> thanks for having me. >> eric, fox news just, they are at christmas time the gift that keeps on giving. do they -- what kind of currency do they get out of the war on christmas? who's that resonating with at this point? >> yeah, it seems to have diminishing returns. bill o'reilly really started this almost a decade ago. back then, they could actually find 10 or 15 news clippings from the united states. they didn't have to go to scandinavian catalog where there was debate about the role of government and christmas displays and were public schools going to be putting on religious pageants and things like that. most of that controversy has evaporated. every year, they have fewer and fewer actual news clip to say rally around, but they're determined. look, this is part of the war culture that they have, you know democrats liberals are secularists, trying to drive religion out of the american life. we don't know what religion obama is, christian muslim. as you pointed
governor andrew cuomo of new york, new york city mayor michael bloomberg have both called for federal action on climate change to deal with increasingly disastrous weather events. yesterday, the president weighed in as well saying that while he believes climate change is real and human made, he said taking action will require political will on both sides of the aisle. >> obama: i don't know the what what -- what either democrats or republicanss are prepared to do at this point. there is no doubt for us to take on climate change in a serious way would involve making some tough political choices. >> jennifer: now in his first term, of course, the president did take steps to reduce harmful emissions including raising fuel efficiency standards for vehicles and providing capital to clean energy companies to get off the ground. he actually plans to meet with scientists and engineers and lawmakers in the next few weeks to discuss further steps that can be taken to reduce carbon emissions in the short term. but there won't be action at
,000, people in new york city and, they're going to lose their home mortgage deduction. that wouldn't cover the first five or six years of a mortgage of a home in large parts of new york and massachusetts. >> eliot: the not for profits will go crazy the deduction for state and local taxes it seems impossible that you would get the votes to repeal those. >> that's why i'm satisfied that we do the $1.6 trillion and let's try to do it out of the deductions because in the end they're going to see the rates--it's a cleaner way to do it and politically it's less damaging. the other point we keep saying we're talking about what, $40 per thousand. people who are already making $250,000 a year, and apparently the argument is, well, after they make 250 in taxable income and they have another chance to make another 1,000, they won't do it because they'll only profit $960. that's farfetched. >> eliot: every piece of study has proven that arguments holds no water. thank you. tensions are escalateing. we have the current state of the middle east coming right up on "viewpoint." comedian, political satiris
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steph, awesome show in new york city. [ inaudible ] losing their [ censor bleep ] when they came out. somebody showed me their boobs immediately when i came out. >> did you get a date out of that? >> stephanie: no but it was a nice rack. >> so it wasn't rush limbaugh who flashed you. >> nobody wants to see those man boobs. >> stephanie: oooooooooh. i did my lucy. >> you did. >> stephanie: i'm now an official steph head. this time i approached you and asked me to sign my green cash meana, and you called me a bitch, and that warmed my heart. i heard of the bed bug outbreak in new york city and a little spray of cedarcide, keeps the bugs away. [ applause ] >> stephanie: i took home some strep throat from new york. and i left my wallet on the plane. i would never say the name of the airplane it was an american airplane. whoever cleaned the plane is apparently trying to get quite a bit of cash off of my credit card in compton. also get what, my social security was in there. that was smart, wasn't it? [ applause ] >> stephanie: now you know what i have to do because of s
: first things first. let's get you up-to-date from the aftermath of hurricane sandy. today new york city announced it will not hold it's annual marathon after complaints that it would drain resources from emergency responders. one of the biggest problems facing the area has been a major gas shortage with many of the stations that are out of power or out of gas or both. today the federal government turned to the defense department to deliver 24 million gallons of extra fuel, and lift restrictions on deliveries by foreign ships. governor andrew cuomo waved taxes on fuel tangors. in new jersey governor chris christie signed an executive order of gas rationing starting tomorrow. and 4.37 million homes in the area are still without power. turning now to the presidential campaign that other hot topic where there are just four days before the election, and though next tuesday is the officials election day many voters have already cast ballots. millions! let's take a look at everyone's favorite electoral nightmare florida, where the state took an unprecedented step of cutting early voting time i
to solve the hunger problem right here in new york city. the >> eliot: john boehner may refuse to raise taxes on the rich, but others sound a bit more reasonable, including of all people the ceo of goldman sachs. that's head. but i'm i'm let's join jennifer granholm for an up in-depth report on schools meals and more about benghazi and the petraeus scandal. that's >> eliot: goal man sax ceo lloyd blankfein has an important op-ed in today's wall street journal. perhaps making up for the fact that no traditional wall street banking ceos were invited to the ceo con fab at the white house today. he wanted to get his views on some important fiscal issues on the record. he does articulate a framework that permits a serious go goesation leaving a resume of over 1 trillion-dollar of cash sitting on the balance sheets of u.s. companies. eliminateing uncertainty would be fine the much more important issue is a lack of demand for the products that the capital expenditures would produce. we have a demand crisis and not an uncertainty crisis. that point needs to be reiterated often. blankfein says i
's thanksgiving parade when dozens of balloons dangle over the streets of new york city to the alarm of small child. i defy you to find any phrase that more perfectly describes toupee chump than a giant balloon inflated to gigantic proportions. sometimes he floats outside 45th floor windows. the only difference between him and one of macy's inflatables is that he is full of hot air. well-done. >> well said. well said. >> again, folks, if you want to take action, go to signon.org. i guarantee if this petition gets up to a million, i have a feeling -- i'm going to guarantee it, i'm going to guarantee the ceo of macy's will have a change of heart. this petition continues to grow, continues to gain traction, toupee chump for his own good and for the good of macy's will voluntarily withdraw. what cares about his signature line of clothes. >> he does. >> he does. look, if you want a good -- hart schaffner marx is not sponsors of this show or one i do on the weekend. buy them, they've look good. you can buy things that are
are married and whose marriage is recognized, people like new york city council speaker christine and her wife. >> stephanie: aaron, i'm so sorry, we're out of time. but go oat the out magazine. we're out of time. thank you so much. >> caller: thank you. >> stephanie: 29 minutes after the hour. back with representative john yarmuth next. drop on the pitcher's mound. [ ♪ music ♪ ] [ ♪ music ♪ ] i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> you mean the boys are talking about what to do with the extra coins? i'm renting a clown and did i. >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> and i really under estimated the creepiness. [ laughing ] >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welc
♪] >> stephanie: ahhhhh. you are absolutely right. >> 9/11 in 2001 was election day in new york city and los angeles. you have to take every opportunity, when your state or locality says would you like to register permanently to vote by mail, you know what give us the joy of voting in one of those custody old booths just to make sure your vote will be counted. >> stephanie: yep. by the way i heard somebody say yesterday, it's amazing that -- not the storm is the october surprise but chris christie. right? this is fairly extraordinary isn't it? the keynote speaker for the rnc -- >> i don't know if you have been reading all of the tweets from his loyal admirers his name is persona non grata. it's been funny everybody is saying, this is all about 2016 yeah, if you are trying to take the huntsman approach to 2016. this is just good politics. >> stephanie: exactly. i'm rearing the story, hurricane sandy is throwing mitt romney under the bus. he put his situation ahead of his constituents. >> yeah. you have that on our side and then on the republican side you have mitt romne
-up what it is like being a liberal jewish comic. >> i do a show at the playroom in new york city christmas eve and christmas day, i'm doing my liberal jew show and open to everyone -- >> john: so about the only thing open in new york on christmas is your show and chinese restaurants? >> that's true. have chinese food and then come over. i had on my postcard that said liberal jew, and looking at the expressions on people's faces and trying to figure out which word bothers them more? >> john: i think that you speak for a lot more jewish americans than the media might lead one to surmise. >> absolutely, and president obama still got 70% of the jewish vote, 81% of american jews agree with how he is approaching things so i think among american jews there needs to be more introspection. if you just said i stand for the united states, you would rightfully challenge me and say what does that mean? so you say i love israel and support israel in my way of supporting israel is to call fora comprehensive peace settlement. and it's not one side winning or the other, th
noted the night after this epic, once in a century storm floods fox news's hometown of new york city. sean hannity goes on for an hour and talks about benghazi. most disgraceful thing i've ever seen. >> stephanie: when he saw how how this played out politically for the president, it he decided it is an outrage. >> did you see the rupert murdoch's "new york post" yesterday? the editorial saying to chris christie you better -- you have to politicize hurricane sandy or else. republican party will never forgive you. if you don't start talking it up -- mitt romney in terms of the context of the storm. just amazing. >> stephanie: sarah palin on hannity. >> quite a shame that you know, obama got what he wanted out of that and that was the photo op with republican governor so that he and the mainstream media could kind of fake that bipartisanship that in no way shape or form does president obama represent. >> stephanie: wow. >> unfortunate they work together to help solve the problem. >> it goes back to this "new yor
all over new york city, it's trying to use her notoriety to sell the movie. they have these little words like a bush speech in the background child star, sex scandal. it actually makes liz and dick look wholesome. >> that's going to be an awful movie. >> i'd like to see her straighten it out. >> speaking of questions this has been my morning long session. did you hear this on meet meet the press? this is the question david gregory asked. >> you see senator assume her a role for governor romney in this process, the president to bring him in to save the negotiations over the fiscal cliff. >> are you out of your freaking mind? >> it would be nice if they would. no republican governors are going to talk to romney again. >> on the west wing, when jim. >> i smits won he asked his opponent to be his secretary of state. >> that doesn't mean life is like that. that's why i'm afraid about john kerry. everybody is saying he's going to be offered secretary of state. >> now huntsman is the rumor the other white meat. interesting. >> stephanie: so now the i love this, this is a great piece. tea
in the private sector. so let's take your calls. bill is calling from my hometown, new york city up in the bronx. good morning bill, you're on the "bill press show." >> caller: happy birthday to joe biden. >> john: happy 70th. >> caller: mr. fuglesang, there is a reason you're on current tv and was rejected by cnn. you can't get the job done. you're a total clown and a fool. >> john: don't hang up on this guy. >> caller: no, they want -- >> john: no, listen. they wanted to hang up on you and i wouldn't let them. do you have a specific point to make? >> caller: go ahead and hang up. >> john: do you have something to say? >> caller: why are you a mop-up boy for bill press. >> john: come on. >> caller: you dirt bag. >> john: bill, do you realize you're proving the right wing to be the bullying clowns, that the worst of liberals say you are? did he hang up? >> he hung up. >> john: you're a coward and you called me names. bill, i know you're still listening, i've faced tougher smarter and more verbal bullies than you i
. errol louis inside city hole, and mark jacobson, contributor editor of new york magazine. thank you for joining us. how did the republicans losososososososososososososososososososososososososososososososos >> eliot: tax hikes on the highest incomes do not kill jobs. the evidence is in, our conversation is with you the viewer because we're independent. >>here's how you can connect with "viewpoint with eliot spitzer." >>questions, of course, need to be answered. >>we will not settle for the easy answers. >> eliot: if last week was all about politics, and thankfully things turned oh out pretty well maybe this week we can put ideology and partisanship aside for a moment and apply a more objective scientific approach oh some of the tough issues we face. what do historical records and data suggest might be the better course for our nation to follow? specifically cha is the impact of increasing the top marginal tax rate on the rate of investment and job creation? if numbers could persuade me that raising that rate injured job creation, i would reconsider my belief that wealthy should pay m
those street kids who have been stopped and frisked three and four times in the city of new york, at least they'll have less probable cause or something. >> absolutely. i think it is going to alleviate a lot of the burden on the judicial system. all of the kids coming in with misdemeanor tickets for possession of marijuana. i think it will do away with that. but in terms of the larger scale. as i said, the supply part of this i don't see how it would really make a difference. >> sara azarry, thank you. something all of us wanted to speak about. everything you said was so engrossing. thanks for being here. on "the young turks." when we come back, we have the elbow of the day. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...allstate safe driving bonus check? what is that? so weird, right? my agent, tom, said... [ voice of dennis ] ...only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free... ...but i'm a woman. maybe it's a misprint. does it look like a misprint? ok. what i was trying... [ voice of denni
florida major cities like new york, francisco and los angeles, all traditionally democratic enclaves. those who are won't pay the taxes oppose them, and those who will support it. here with me, robert reich at u uc berkeley's goldman school of policies. is this politics that goes back to what is the matter with kansas book a few years back. they would really not be affected by the tax increase that they want us to go through. >> it is one of the great ironies. it has to do with the big lie. if you tell the big lie over and over again people start believing it. and one of the lies that republicans have been telling for year is the lie of trickle down economics. the wealthy are job creators. if you tax them you'll have fewer jobs, fewer--less income over all. it's obviously a lie. it has proven to be a lie. if you tell it again over and over again at least enough people begin believing it in red states. people who are not at all wealthy that it has some heft. the other thing that republicans have been spreading the word about or trying to convince people about who are not going to be
host of ny 1's inside city hall and mark jacobson, contributing editor of the new york magazine. thank you both for your time tonight. tell me how the two compare visually? >> let's see, first of all it's cold in rockaway. the best thing about katrina it happens in new orleans during the summer is it wasn't cold. but the devastation along the coast line is similar. just without the flooding. the water just stayed there. in katrina the traditional hugertraditionalhurricane damage was not the problem. it was that the floodwaters stayed. >> eliot: the lack of fundamental energies, heat food, the devastation the public is getting equally upset in terms of the frustration levels. >> i don't think the people people--rockaway is the peninsula which is have very interesting point because it starts at breezy point, and then it goes down to the far rock rockaway. so you've got this racial ethnic kind of kaleidoscope there. but then you have everybody in the same boat because anybody has any power or water. no hot water. and it's just--it mounts up. it's like a geometric progression. if you don't
and lit the entire neighborhood, complete devastation there. in little ways, the whole of new york is affected in one way or another. today we went and saw traffic snarling through part of brooklyn where people were desperately trying to find gas. people on empty trying to move around the city is impossible right now. the subway -- a little bit is back online today. still largely unavailable to most new yorkers i would have to say. lower manhattan the dead zone one resident described it to me as, still dark. many elderly residents there without help, without power without water. it is still very grim on the ground here. >> jennifer: hmm. so with the images that are coming out like the ones that you have filmed, after this, do you think that those images and the trauma in new york and new jersey could finally be the catalyst for a national energy plan and long-term investment to make it happen? >> well, simply the people that we were talking to on the ground we asked them, you know, why do you live here? this is i
new york. i can criticize new york. somebody from boston wants to come down to my city, they're going to have a problem. so the feels was mitt romney was never one of them. bobby jindal has always been. he was elected -- he was really embraced by the tea party ways. and you know, so he's -- he's really -- appeals to the entire electorate at this point just in terms of where he's come from. the positions he's held. he's not big on state-based exchanges. he's already rejected those. scott walker is probably going to come out against them on friday. >> john: i think you're right. >> john casey is make his own decision tomorrow as well. he's very well respected. going to be very hard for the conservative movement to say he's far too moderate. >> john: zeke miller, it is a pleasure to have you here. we love you in new york, boston. you're always welcome. a few yankee fans may not like you but we mets fans treasure our boston fans. follow you at zeke j miller on the "buzzfeed." thanks for coming in. >> thanks for ha
california and new york and massachusetts said hey, you know what, we'd like to secede from the union. what would fox news have done with that? oh my god! traitors! traitors! bill o'reilly said terrorists should blow up the court tower in san francisco and they didn't even do a as he session plan. go ahead but you'll be miserable losers and failures. which states would i dump first? the takers and moochers in alabama. have at it, son see how that works out for you. you would be in epic disaster, within 10-20 years, you would be begging us, please, massachusetts, please new york, please california, please, the united states of america, take us back, we didn't mean it. it turns out we were milking you all this time and we didn't know what the hell we were doing we're grotesque failures. alabama! alabama! yeah, good luck to you. unamerican. traitors. all right. it's not the whole state. it's not the whole state. 21% of people from alabama said they were in favor of making interracial marriage illegal. when we come back, hope, meals on wheels, some people are actually trying to address poverty.
williams was really critical of new york city and the mayor, for allowing the new york marathon to go forward as scheduled on sunday even though half of manhattan is without power, and a lot of people are still hurting. >> the race starts in statton island, and goes through all five burrows. you look at the surrounding areas, statton island -- >> statton island is part of new york city? >> no, but the other boroughs is what i mean. >> bill: it was not only forgotten, it was hammered. the residents were screaming yesterday saying hey, what about us. >> yeah, kathy webb says focus on the marathon puts focus on the 1% not the 99%. very funny comment on twitter from cy guy, who says they should postpone the new york city marathon until wednesday november 7th by then paul ryan will be unemployed and he can run the race. ben white said if i still lived in stat on the island and saw all of these joggers bussed in, i would go insane. they have the transportation to take the joggers and runners to statton island and yet there are still people trapped there and can't ge
the transcript in the daily news thatted what his comments about the president not coming to new york city. basically saying that today and their goal is to shut government down. they don't want government to work. so they don't want to solve any problems. they don't want a highway built. they don't want an increase in [ technical difficulties ] >> caller: i listed a seventh, and an article that saw. or before that when they've had administrations, they would keep spending all of the cut taxes, >> caller: enough is enough with this. the republicans basically want to take us down you just pointed out sheldon adelson. >> bill: great. great point. thank you for the call. she is really right, republicans -- i'm sorry, some people in the media are already trying to discount right, the president's victory. they know he is going to win, so now they want to undercut it by saying it was a mandate. guess what, if we wins it is not a man to help you make informed decisions, watch current tv's politically direct lineup. only on current tv. vote smart. our democracy depends on an
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